Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia : {Japanese Name : Hitotuba Ezo sumire}
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Kanagawa / March 23, 2008 Cultivation
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Kanagawa / March 23, 2008 Cultivation
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Kanagawa / March 21, 2011 Cultivation
Section Patellares (Boissier) Nakai
Scientific Name Type species Viola eizanensis (Makino) Makino : {Eizan Sumire}
Variety
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia Makino : {Hitotsuba Yezo Sumire}
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia f. leucantha Hiyama : {Narukami Sumire}
Form Viola eizanensis f. candida Hiyama : {Sirobana Yezo Sumire}
Synonym
Origin eizanensis: Derived from the name of Mt. Eizan in Kyoto.
Foreign language name
Stalk Form The individual leaves and flowering stalks emerge directly from the rootstock.
Habitat It grows wild darkly in the wet west slope and forest bottom.
Distribution Japan domestic North Kanto, such as Tochigi and Gumma, northern Nagano and Shikoku.
Japan overseas
Others
Flower Shape Middle size. It resembles Viola japonica.
Color The flower color is rich in change from white to shade purple.
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others
Leaf Shape 7 - 10cm long x 4 - 6cm wide (not divided into three).
Color Bright green.
Others
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information Kagoshima:ThreatenedⅠ
Type Specimen Mt. Narukami (Gunma) 1952.5.9 by M. Fururse (collected to Kyoto Univ.)
Chromosome Number 2n=24
Reference Information
Others According to the document, Viola eizanensis (mother class) and this variety are exclusive distribution. They will not be seen in the same area.
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Kanagawa / March 20, 2009 Cultivation

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